Whip out your mobile or sit at your desktop. Make your way to theLotter to join a EuroMillions syndicate in time for Tuesday's eye-watering €200 Million jackpot draw.
The math is simple, playing as part of syndicate means more tickets which enhances your winning chances while splitting the cost of the tickets.
If you’re lucky enough to land a win each player in the syndicate will receive a share of the winnings, proportionate to how many shares have been purchased.
The Lotter who are in the business of making big lottery winners have 3 EuroMillions Syndicates to join so you could be about to enter a winning spree!
- Syndicate 1 Play 1000 Lines
- Syndicate 2 Play 150 Lines
- Syndicate 3 Play 66 Lines
Where else offers lottery syndicates that are already set up for you? No organising required and the numbers are picked at random making it even easier to play and it's great fun!
Just choose which syndicate you want to play, purchase your shares, and you’ll be participating in the next draw with additional chances of winning as part of a cost-saving lottery syndicate.
Big Lottery Syndicate Wins
A $23 lottery ticket purchase produced an eye-watering win for 23 Long Island co-workers on 1st January 2019. Each member put $1 in the syndicate to win the eighth largest Mega Millions jackpot in history, a cool $437 million!
Dublin was buzzing with talk when it was announced a ticket bought in the city had won the EuroMillions Superdraw on 19th February 2019. Turns out it was a family of nine siblings who had formed a syndicate to win the entire jackpot - €175.4 million.
November 2016 brought a plethora of excitement for 20 co-workers in Portland, Tennessee. The office syndicate ticket matched all six Powerball numbers to win the jackpot, worth $254 million. Each member took home just over $12.7 million before taxes.
Three colleagues from Maryland got a big $218.6 million surprise in March 2012. The trio spent $20 on 60 Mega Millions tickets to share the $656 million jackpot with two other players. Each took home $35 million after taxes.